Welcome and I hope this site will be useful for all of us. I will be posting important classroom information here, when necessary. I will also be adding classroom activity photos from time to time. When I post a photo, the child will not be identified with their last name, if I label them at all.
Feel free to post a comment or contact me by email whenever you need to: Julie.Ricci@Fraserk12.org
Please note the time change for the Kindergarten Celebration. It will be held at 12:45pm on Wednesday, June 5th.
Please Join Us For A
Who: Kindergarten Parents
When: Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Where: Fraser High School Auditorium
We want to celebrate all of the wonderful accomplishments each child has had this year!
The children will perform three songs for you and then your child will be presented with a certificate.
***If parents cannot be present, please send another family member. We would like someone to be there for every child. ***
Click on link below for more information:
Kindergarten Celebration Letter
The students at Eisenhower Elementary teamed up with Oakridge Market to promote Earth Day by designing Earth Day messages on the grocery bags. These bags will be passed out to the customers and will be displayed at the store. Stop by and pick up some groceries and get a great Earth Day bag in return!!!
The students had a visit from author, Denise Brennan-Nelson.
The children loaded books on the “Education Nation” bus.
The “Education Nation” bus.
WDIV’s Rhonda Walker was here at IKE to do a live broadcast!
Thank you to all of you who donated books to help us reach our goal!!! Eisenhower Elementary greatly appreciates it!!!
Our February Behavior Incentive was a “Dance Party.” The children had an instructor who taught them some great dance moves.
We had fun sorting, graphing and eating candy hearts!!!
We painted and decorated our own Valentine mailboxes!
The children frosted and decorated cookies with red and pink sprinkles, yum!!!
We started our day by making 100′s day headbands!
The children sorted Fruit Loops into 10 piles of 10 to make 100!
The children then strung their 100 Fruit Loops into a necklace…
The children drew pictures of what they would look like when they are 100 years old…
Finally, to end the day the children created a 100′s day poster filled with 100 things…
What a great day we had!!!
The children were so excited to have Mr. Metty be their Mystery Reader on Friday, February 1, 2013.